Fabric armour: Linothorax: Armour made of straps sewn together: Greek: Splint armour: long strips of metal attached onto fabric backing.. Jack: Plates sewn between felt and canvas layers. Medieval Coat of plates: metal plates riveted or sewn to a fabric backing. Medieval Scale armour: Scales sewn onto fabric: widespread. Gambeson: Padded armour ...
Scale armour is armour in which the individual scales are sewn or laced to a backing by one or more edges and arranged in overlapping rows resembling the scales of a fish/reptile or roofing tiles. The scales are usually assembled and strapped by lacing or rivets. Lorica squamata is an ancient Roman armour of this type.
The coat of plates is similar to several other armours such as lamellar, scale and brigandine. Unlike scale armour which has plates on the outside or splint armour in which plates can be inside or outside, a coat of plates has the plates on the inside of the foundation garment. It is generally distinguished from a brigandine by having larger ...
Around the Muromachi period (1334–1572), these took on the form of a splint mounted on a piece of fabric with mail in between the metal splint and fabric, not unlike European greaves. This is the most common form of suneate, termed shino-suneate, and saw continued use throughout the Momoyama period (1573–1602).
(Note: jambeaux are greaves – shin armour). The large decorative crests that came to top some helmets in the late Middle Ages were often made of cuir bouilli, as is the famous example belonging to the Black Prince and hung with other "achievements" over his tomb in Canterbury Cathedral.
See Splint Armor (Wikipedia) Ring Mail (composed of rings larger than those used in chainmail and are attached to a leather armor) See Ring Mail (Wikipedia) Brigandine Leather Body Armour Brigandine Cloth Body Armour Brigandine Plates Body Armour See Brigandine (Wikipedia) Cuirass Upper Body Plate Armour (front and back plate)
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Splint is obsoleted by half plate, or a back and breast, or partial plate, or any of a hundred variations of "cheaper plate" that are all of cheaper, better protection, lighter, and easier to move in than the roughly equivalent chain or splint or bezainted or whatever armor.The problem is Splint Armor (Which was never even a thing!).
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Apr 04, 2017 · * Technically, banded or laminar armor, but the 5e armor list decided to leave out banded armor (armor made of horizontal lames—and historically existed in several cultures) while keeping splint armor (armor composed of vertical lames—of questionable historical usage), so we default to splint instead.